Monthly Archives: December 2013

John Grey

Poetry by John Grey A TALK WITH YOUR DAUGHTER Her point of inquiry is not sex but how you can love a man older than most city blocks, with more gray than brown flecks in his hair and beard, belly … Continue reading

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Meredith Bunting Returns

PINK SYMPHONY – By Meredith Bunting A poem for Josselyn Amanda (age 18 months) by MomMom (age Forever) She interrupted my morning plan. Instead of wiping down woodwork and watering plants, I watched Thomas the CHOO! CHOO! Train, read fairytales … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott Returns

Don’t Tell Me By Laura Zucca-Scott Don’t tell who to be I know And if I didn’t You could not help me I’ll find my way With time And pain With trials And victories With bitter losses I will taste … Continue reading

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